Chemistry Teacher - Central London
Seize the opportunity to move your career in the right direction with this exciting Chemistry Teacher position at well-facilitated secondary school in Central London.
***Chemistry Teacher post available September
***Well-managed secondary located in Central London
***Main Pay Scale - Inner London
***Permanent, Full-Time role
Chemistry Teacher Person Specification
To be considered you must be a thoughtful and enthusiastic Chemistry Teacher who ideally has 2 years' teaching experience, although NQTs are encouraged to apply. You will have the drive to clearly demonstrate your love of teaching. You must have a genuine passion for learning and education, which will inspire pupils through your engaging lessons.
About the Chemistry Teacher Role
As a Chemistry Teacher your role will involve you becoming an important part of the established Science Department and you will be working towards a more creative teaching philosophy. You will have in-class support from a personable Teaching Assistant and the experienced HOD will be on hand to support your learning and development. No matter what your background and amount of experience the school will ensure you are amply supported in many ways including providing you with a mentor who is hugely respected in the school. You will have the chance to challenge the minds of some bright A-Level pupils, but prepare to be challenged yourself too!
Found in Central London, this school is a well-managed secondary and is close to many public transport links. It has forged some superb connections with the community and is a central hub of the surrounding community. This school consistently achieves 'Good' grades from Ofsted, who in the most recent inspection commended the pupils on their behaviour and the teachers for their initiative.
If you are a suitable candidate for this Chemistry Teacher role at this highly regarded secondary school and this sounds like the opportunity for you… then do not delay, click 'Apply now' to send your CV and covering letter to Emilie Pecheur at EduStaff now.